Congenital hearing loss means you are born without hearing hearing loss is an invisible condition since hearing loss is often not visible people might jump to the wrong conclusion that someone is aloof confused not smart or has had a personality change noise and aging are the most common causes of hearing loss in adults. In this chapter we examine what is known about the impact of hearing loss on adults as they function in daily life the impact of hearing loss in the workplace the effectiveness of sensory aids prosthetic devices and assistive devices and the implications and challenges for disability determination psychosocial adjustment and hearing . Most audiologists advise wearing your hearing aids consistently to give your brain ample time to re adjust to hearing certain sounds the brain is highly adaptable and tries to adjust to limitations as best it can but do your brain a favor and seek the help you need to understand and treat your hearing loss if possible. Home april 1986 volume 7 issue 2 adjustment to adult hearing loss log in to view full text if youre not a subscriber you can you can read the full text of this article if you select an option log in buy this article become a subscriber become a society member . Adjusting to hearing loss 5 stages of hearing loss we describe the 5 stages of hearing loss from denial to acceptance living with hearing loss infographic learn how hearing loss can affect peoples lives through our infographic a guide to living with hearing loss
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